Narrowbodies leading VIP market, which is expanding beyond Middle East
“TSA is our best promotion,” jokes Ivan Klugman, president of Integral Aviation Solutions (IAS), which puts together VIP jet deals. “Every time a high net-worth person goes through a strip search, that works for us.” Convenience, flexibility, necessity, personal safety and just plain fun and luxury are other reasons there are about 220 narrowbody VIP and head-of-state jets flying—and 60-70 widebodies in operation. Demand for new VIP aircraft is 6-12 single-aisles per year, but fewer for ...
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